Download “Diseases Of The Spleen & Their Remedies Clinically Illustrated” by Dr. J.C.Burnett, the book

According to Dr. J.C.Burnett

                                                    “The strength of a chain is equal to that of weakest link, and similarly the value of a person’s life may be equal to that of his  weakest vital organ organ : here the particular organ is equal in importance to that of the is entire organism.”Dr. J C Burnett

Though this theory is not supported by classical homeopaths but many competent homeopath, like say Dr. J H clarke, got & many are getting miraculous results in grave cases, where pathological changes are rapid & fatal. And indeed the knowledge of organ remedies can help you in many ways & is necessary to be a good homeopath.

What Organopathic remedy means to Dr. Brunett ?

Lets see what he had said-

                                              “I deem necessary to guard myself against misapprehension in one or two particulars.In the first place, I understand by organ-remedy not a drug that is topically applied to a suffering organ for its physical or chemical effects, but a remedy that has an elective affinity for such organ,by reason of which it will find the organ itself through the blood.  For instance, an astringent applied to a mucous surface to get rid of a catarrh no organ-remedy in my meaning, it is no example of Rademacher’s organopathy.

So in my view, if you are smart & know how & why to use what, you may need these wisdom of Dr. Burnett for sure.

Have a happy reading, Cheers .

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